English, Article edition: Organizacional Complexity and Accounting Development at Spanish Positos, 16th-19th Century Donato Gómez Díaz; Luis Fernández-Revuelta Pérez

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  • Organizacional Complexity and Accounting Development at Spanish Positos, 16th-19th Century
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  • Donato Gómez Díaz
  • Luis Fernández-Revuelta Pérez
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  • The aim of this paper is to characterize one o/​ the most important financial institutions in the Spanish economy since XVI century. These were the Positos. These local institution functions as banks that gave their loans in seeds. The identification o/​ the different accounting practices affords us an opportunity to analyse the role o/​ the accounting regulation during its existence, later decline and final disappearance.
  • Positos, accounting history, cargo y data.
  • RePEc:sar:journl:v:1:y:1998:i:2:p:85-112
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